Glimpses of some of the stuff was cool as, totally trippin' me out.
Their video files sizes are huge though. Can't be bothered waiting for it.
Thats cool, do they say how they do it? Just one really long exposure time I assume?
They screened some of their work at the OIAF last year. It does indeed blow minds!
My work: [link]
PROTIP: phone the festival staff up the weekend before screenings begin and ask for volunteer hours, preferably on Wednesday morning. You will get the most laid back job(s) on Earth, I swear to you, then have the rest of the week to enjoy cartoons with your volunteer pass!
It's pretty far down in this article, but just use the find word tool, and look up bull. Very good article. http://dsc.gc.cuny.edu/part/part8/ar...oss_print.htmlonly widely published in 1950 but exhibited as well at The Museum of Modern Art. (figure 3).8 Mili's photograph of Picasso captures him drawing in space with a flashlight what appears to be a bull or a minotaur. The long exposure arrests Picasso's motions as one continuous, flowing line of light. The vertical, two-dimensional plane of the photograph, then, becomes the plane of the canvas.
Last edited by Costau D; May 7th, 2007 at 01:15 PM.
Lugh is right. I've seen something similar in '98 with a grafiti crew that had this HUGE setup put together with around 30 or so cameras. Basically the same idea but with a matrix effect where you could view the "light graf" and rotate 180 degrees around it. To see the artist, a flash would go off around halfway or exposure time. I'll try to find the link again (egads!)...
Anyhow, this kind of stuff is easy and fun to do. You just need a tripod
well, some guys i know do torch graffiti - and you can see it in '3d', sort of. check it out...
Last edited by tensai; May 8th, 2007 at 10:25 AM.
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
Originally Posted by strych9ine
Tensai! That's what I was talking about! Thanks for the link